This Balzac Coffee location was the first one in Toronto. Its location in the Distillery District is in an awesome former storehouse. The exposed brick, ducts and wooden rafters give it unusual ambiance. There are many types of coffee offered as well as sweets. Line ups are long but worth the wait. They have outdoor seating too but the upstairs area is unique with sofas and comfortable chairs and tables that overlook the shop below as well as the enormous three tier chandelier. A worthwhile stop.
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